“The BBC has been producing wonderful wildlife footage for more than 50 years and we have decided to try to create something that will be unique in the world,” said Naoya Tsurumi, president of Sega.
Orbi – which takes its name from the words “orb” and “orbit” – will be the world’s first “supercharged nature experience,” Tsurumi said.
“We want to offer an experience that people cannot even get in the real world,” Tsurumi said.
One such experience, he said, would put visitors in the middle of a stampede of 1.3 million wildebeest in all-round images captured by the BBC in Africa. As well as high-resolution video and the sound of being caught up in the creatures’ annual migration, the attraction will incorporate the vibration of the animals’ hooves.
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